Norfolk Police make a pair of arrests Friday
NORFOLK - A Norfolk man was arrested after driving while intoxicated Friday night.
According to Captain Mike Bauer, Norfolk Police were called to a house in the 1400 block of South 3rd Street for a disturbance.
Officers had contact with a woman and an intoxicated man, who was identified as 37-year-old Dustin Peterson.
The officers handled the call and left the area. Later that night, police were notified that Peterson had just driven away from his residence and was still intoxicated.
Officers located Peterson driving in the 1400 block of South 3rd Street and had contact with him. During this contact, the officer identified that he had bloodshot, watery eyes as well as having a strong odor of alcohol coming from him.
He was requested to perform field sobriety maneuvers and submit to a preliminary breath test, and the results indicated impairment.
Peterson was then placed under arrest for DUI fourth offense and transported to the Norfolk Police station.
In addition, Peterson was arrested for prohibited acts relating to ignition interlock device for circumventing the interlock device that was already installed in his vehicle.
He was housed in the Norfolk City Jail and later transferred to the Madison County Jail.
Also, Norfolk Police made a pair of arrests Friday afternoon on drugs charges.
According to Bauer, Officers observed a parking violation in the 100 Block of North 9th Street.
There was a vehicle parked with the driver’s side to the curb. Officers had contact with a man who was sitting in the front passenger seat, who was identified as 24-year-old Cody Payne.
During this contact the officer observed an open container of alcohol in the car and could smell the strong odor of alcohol coming from the car.
Payne honked the car horn to alert the owner of the car to come out of a nearby house and correct the issue.
A woman came out of a house and was advised of the parking violation. She was identified as 24-year-old Shelby Butzke of Norfolk.
Officers were given consent to search the vehicle, and in the open space between the two front seats, officers located a glasses case.
Inside of the case, officers found a short glass pipe with white and burnt residue.
The residue tested positive for methamphetamine. The glasses case belonged to Payne.
A female dispatcher did a thorough search of Butzke’s person and located a plastic baggie with white crystal like substance. This too tested positive for methamphetamine.
Both were arrested for possession of a controlled substance. Both were housed in the Norfolk City Jail and both were transferred to the Madison County Jail.